Seattle University will be considered a fully vaccinated campus for the fall, as spelled out in the proclamation Governor Inslee issued last week on institutions of higher education. This means we will essentially be able to return to normal, in-person campus operations with fewer restrictions and limitations than campuses that are not fully vaccinated. Consistent with the governor’s proclamation regarding achieving fully vaccinated status, exemptions can be requested for medical, religious and philosophical reasons.
Faculty and staff (non-law) seeking an exemption must submit a completed exemption form to Human Resources no later than Friday, July 23 by 5 p.m. Exemption forms are available here. Please contact Ellen Huelmann in Human Resources with any questions.
Anyone who: (1) chooses not to receive a vaccine for medical, religious or philosophical reasons; (2) is otherwise not fully vaccinated; or (3) fails to report their vaccination status to the university as of the established deadlines will be considered unvaccinated. Anyone found to be falsely claiming to be vaccinated is subject to disciplinary action.
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